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Annihilation Inspired Eco Sci-Fi Booklist

Craving more Eco Sci-Fi after reading (or watching) Annihilation?  Try one of these! Darwinia by Robert Charles Wilson The Girl with All the Gifts by M.R. Carey (Also a great movie!) The Trees by Ali Shaw The Swarm by Frank … Continue reading

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Stranger Than Science Fiction

Library staff sound off on some of their favorite sci-fi! My favorite books are all character-driven and most sci-fi doesn’t really satisfy me in that way, but I still have a few favorites. Doomsday Book by Connie Willis is about … Continue reading

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Nebula Nominees Announced

The Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America have announced the nominees for the 51st annual Nebula Awards. The five nominated novels are below: All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders Borderline by Mishell Baker The Obelisk … Continue reading

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Sad Puppies VS the Hugo-nots

So if you like Science Fiction and Fantasy (but don’t know what the Sad Puppies are and aren’t interested in finding out), you might be interested to learn what a Puppy-free alternate ballot might have looked like. The Official Hugo Winners … Continue reading

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Explore new worlds with Science Fiction and Fantasy

They may have pulpy, over-the-top cover art, but science fiction and fantasy books are often some of the most daring, adventurous, thought-provoking, and intellectual books on the shelves. They explore the question “What if…?” in myriad ways: some create whole … Continue reading

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